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2004 articles
Surfing in Secret
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
December 28, 2004: Protecting your privacy online.

Tracking Techniques
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
December 28, 2004: Sidebar to 'Surfing in Secret.'

Keeping E-mail Private
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
December 28, 2004: Sidebar to 'Surfing in Secret.'

2004 Products of the Year
Information Security
December 2004: Contributions to a year-end wrap-up on best information security products

VOIP
Venture Capital Journal
December 2004: After years of hype, a real market has emerged for voice over IP. It’s not too late to start dialing for dollars.

Ultimate Photo Studio!
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
November 30, 2004: Slashing through the digital camera thicket, just in time for the holidays.

Picture Perfect Printers
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
November 30, 2004: Sidebar to Ultimate Photo Studio

Online Photo Services
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
November 30, 2004: Sidebar to Ultimate Photo Studio

To Fight, Verizon Switches
MIT Technology Review
December 2004: Verizon's battle to stay relevant as telephony, television, and the Internet merge.

Exits Help Perk Up Europe's Venture Market
Venture Capital Journal
November 2004: Venture capitalists are paying fresh attention to Europe, as its market heats up again.

Yoran Abdicates Cyberczar Throne
Information Security
November 2004: Q&A with Amit Yoran in the wake of his sudden departure as U.S. director of cybersecurity

Can You Hear Me Now?
Inc.
November 2004: New Web based phone systems let you say goodbye to the phone company.

Going up
The Economist
October 21, 2004: The latest memory chips are built in three dimensions.

Iron-Clad SLAs
Managing Offshore
October 2004: No one reads outsourcing agreements for fun, but for profit, they need to be read with care.

Low-Carb Kids: Healthy and Happy?
Low-Carb Living
September/October 2004: Should kids go on low-carb diets? The answer may surprise you.

Touching the Atom
The Economist
September 16, 2004: Profile of Gerd Binnig, co-inventor of the scanning tunneling microscope.

Mission: Critical
Information Security
September 2004: Despite heightened post-9/11 security awareness, the U.S. critical infrastructure remains vulnerable to attack.

Olympian PDAs
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
September 7, 2004: Ever more powerful handhelds headed towards your palm.

Get in sync
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
September 7, 2004: Sidebar to 'Olympian PDAs.'

A Future Peek at PDA Technology
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
September 7, 2004: Sidebar to 'Olympian PDAs.'

Crack the books
Edutopia
September 2004: Is open source the answer to the high-cost of educational textbooks?

Pen Pal
Edutopia
September 2004: A quick look at a combination pen-and-pen drive.

Cell Phone Madness
Inc.
September 2004: Heads up, road warriors: Supercharged handhelds are replacing the laptop.

George Lucas, Media Magnate
San Francisco
August 2004: Mr. Star Wars gears up to publish an education magazine.

Conspicuous Contribution
San Francisco
August 2004: The Bay Area’s abuzz about what fundrace.org says about our neighbors – and colleagues.

Proof of Concept
Managing Offshore
August 2004: Everything you need to know to make sure your offshore deal’s on track.

PC Satisfaction: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
July 27, 2004: When it comes to making and servicing PCs the best, who loves ya?

Tuning Your PC Yourself
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
July 27, 2004: Sidebar to 'PC Satisfaction.'

Preventive Maintenance
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
July 27, 2004: Sidebar to 'PC Satisfaction.'

MediaLive cancels Comdex
BtoB
July 19, 2004: Does the demise of the big trade show mean the end of broad IT exhibitions?

A Drive-Through Lane to the Next Time Zone
The New York Times
July 18, 2004: A McDonald’s franchise outsources the drive-through, with great success.

Health Care on a Network String
CIO
July 15, 2004: By hooking onto a shared IT network, rural community health centers have been able to improve patient care and drive down administrative costs.

Gmail’s message
Intelligent Life
Summer 2004: Are we prepared to surrender more privacy for the sake of convenience?

How to Stop a Laptop Thief
CSO
July 2004: Your data is more at risk than ever as easily stolen laptops become more widespread

Don’t Stop Thinking about the Value
CIO
July 15, 2004: The smart CIO doesn’t forget about a project once its done.

Potent Portables
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 29, 2004: A look at trends in mobile -- and wearable -- computing.

Fashion Tech
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 29, 2004: Sidebar to 'Potent Portables.'

Keyboards A Go Go
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 29, 2004: Sidebar to 'Potent Portables.'

Smells Like Teen Spirit
San Francisco
July 2004: What Joel Hyatt and Al Gore have in store for America's youth.

The Next Best Thing to Being There
Inc.
July 2004: A new breed of software can help far-flung employees work together.

Simplifying Digital Media
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 15, 2004: Digital media is full of formats and acronyms. But keeping it simple is key to enjoying your collection of music, movies and photos

New DVDs Increase Capacity
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 15, 2004: Sidebar to 'Simplifying Digital Media.'

Strategies for Safe Sharing
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 15, 2004: Sidebar to 'Simplifying Digital Media.'

Crossing the Digital Divide, One Person at a Time
CIO
June 15, 2004: Street Tech puts technology in reach of even the poorest of the poor.

In dust we trust
The Economist
June 10, 2004: Sensor networks have generated a lot of hype. Might they actually be useful?

A brief history of Wi-Fi
The Economist
June 10, 2004: The success of Wi-Fi shows what can be achieved when regulators and technologists work together

Call It the Dead E-Mail Office
Wired News
June 7, 2004: Larry Lessig declares e-mail bankruptcy. It could happen to you, too.

Your Future Displayed
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 1, 2004: New display technology will change the way we look at TV.

TiVo Tomorrow
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 1, 2004: Sidebar to 'Your Future Displayed.'

An E-Book in Your Future?
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
June 1, 2004: Sidebar to 'Your Future Displayed.'

Home away from home
Managing Offshore
June 1, 2004: For companies that go offshore but want control of their operations, are captive subsidiaries or the build-operate-transfer model better?

Speaker phones reviewed
CNet
May 28, 2004: ClearOne Max Polycom SoundStation Premier Olympia OL6010

Big Blue says breakthrough means Millipede may crawl out of lab
Small Times
May 11, 2004: Quantum storage gets closer to reality as IBM gets a prototype working.

WLAN plays key role in California casino
EWeek
May 10, 2004: Case study on wireless set-up at Pechanga Casino & Resort

IBM, Stanford take partnership for a spin
Small Times
April 29, 2004: Will spintronics change everything?

The New News Boss
San Francisco
May 2004: Questions and answers with Bob Starzel, new head of the San Francisco Examiner

Someone to Watch Over Me
San Francisco
May 2004: Telemetry systems are catching on in the Bay Area.

The Sound and the Fury
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
April 6, 2004: In the future, will we be using RFID technology to track our lives?

Wal-Mart Drives RFID
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
April 6, 2004: The RFID trials and travails of the world's largest retailer.

We Be Jammer
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
April 6, 2004: There are ways to foil RFID.

Internetworking
MIT Technology Review
April 2004: New social-networking startups aim to mine digital connections to help people find jobs and close deals.

Blogging goes to work
The Economist
March 11, 2004: SocialText shows how the teenager fad might matter for business.

Off with the pith helmets
The Economist
March 11, 2004: The use of anthropologists in tech firms has shifted from novelty to necessity.

Chief Beggar, Fortune-Teller and Juggler
CIO
March 1, 2004: How CIOs balance their many roles -- and don't drop the ball.

What Would Jesus Do?
Acumen Journal
March 2004: An essay/review of Brian Alexander’s Rapture argues that scientists can and should claim the moral high ground in the ongoing debate over stem cell research.

New-School Schmoozing!
San Francisco
March 2004: A look at the Bay Area's love affair with social-networking sites.

Manners For A High-Tech Society
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
February 24, 2004: A look at the do’s and don’ts of cell phones, e-mail and more.

E-Mail And Instant Messaging
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
February 24, 2004: Sidebar to: Manners For A High-Tech Society

Don’t Be A Cell Phone Boor
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
February 24, 2004: Sidebar to: Manners For A High-Tech Society

10 Emerging Technologies That Will Change Your World, “Distributed Storage”
MIT Technology Review
February 2004: A look at a promising new area of technology research.

Atkins vs. South Beach: Two heavyweight diets square off
LowCarb Living
January/February 2004: The low-carb phenomenon is here to stay. Which diet is right for you?

Hackers, Crackers and Script Kiddies, Oh My!
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
January 13, 2004: We hear a lot about the dark side of the 'Net. Fear is our friend, as is this guide.

Nine Famous Hacks
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
January 13, 2004: Sidebar to: Hackers, Crackers and Script Kiddies, Oh My!

Keep Yourself Safe
Yahoo! Tech Tuesday
January 13, 2004: Sidebar to: Hackers, Crackers and Script Kiddies, Oh My!

The Newsoms: National Press Pets
San Francisco
January 2004: Gavin and Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom are getting national attention - and most of its pleasant.

   
  Michael Fitzgerald is a leading voice in the movement to revive the Old Journalism. A fervent believer that print will rise again, he works to slip slice-of-life stories into hip urban periodicals, tuck thoughtful narratives amongst the well-endowed pages of men’s magazines and place Byronic polemical poems into avant-garde reviews.

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